Chemistry (non-lab)

Chemistry introduces students to the basic principles of chemistry.  Although students are required to have completed Algebra 1 to take this subject, the focus of the course is on the conceptual foundations of chemistry, rather than on computation. The textbook comes with a DVD which includes mini-lectures, video demonstrations and animations to help reinforce concepts.

In completing this course students demonstrate their understanding through a wide range of objective and written response questions.  The written response questions require students to apply the concepts they have learned in specific contexts. 

There are 8 examinations in Chemistry.

Suchocki, Conceptual Chemistry, Pearson/Benjamin Cummings.